If you liked today, you will love tomorrow.
We are looking at a very similar set up tomorrow across the country. Dry and settled weather almost everywhere with the exception of the top and bottom of the country. Northland is likely to start the day with some sun. Clouds should spread back in before noon and the a few showers could move in from mid-afternoon.
On the opposite side of the country, a few showers may dot the deep south early in the day and then clear during the afternoon.
For the rest of the country, except a fairly sunny start to the day. A few clouds should bubble up in the afternoon over the northern half of the North Island. As mentioned earlier, precipitation will make its way into Northland during the afternoon.
South Island, apart from the previously mentioned deep south, is like dry and settled.
Temperatures across the country should top out in the 14-18 degree range.
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By WeatherWatch.co.nz Analyst Howard Joseph